|SPOOK SHOW episode 9 King of the Non-Alcoholic Zombies - Vance Capley|
The show inspired by Joe Riley and his Hypnotic Eye and Rockula and his Theatre for the Insane is back! This time Her Majesty's best secret agent, a real "Saint", lives and lets die as he is mashed up in a weird world with Mantan Moreland in King of the Zombies! Gadzooks! I've lost my mind! Enjoy the show!
Keywords: Bela Lugosi; boris karloff; king; of; the; zombies; live; and.let; die; roger; moore; sean; connery; voodoo; zombies; zombie; baron; samedi; seven; up; commercials; toys; hot-rods; rock; roll; abc; trailers; trailer; john; archer; dick; purcell; joan; woodbury; color; black; white; nazis; airplane; secret; agent; bread
Downloads: 3,648 (3 reviews)
|Curse of the Swamp Creature - Larry Buchanan|
One of Larry Buchanan's notorious "Azalea" pictures -- made-for-TV color remakes of American International Pictures black and white drive-in creature features, made for a fraction of the originals' budgets. Curse of the Swamp Creature is a rehash of 1957's Voodoo Woman. A mad scientist works in the middle of the swamp to create a monster that will serve his bidding. The actor playing the scientist is a ham of the highest order, and everyone else (including especially our hero, John Agar) is a bl...
Keywords: larry buchanan; azalea pictures; aip; american international pictures; remake; low budget; monster movie; creature feature; john agar; bad acting; bad editing
Downloads: 7,608 (3 reviews)
A rocket crashes and a mutant monster is on the loose! It's John Agar to the rescue in this low budget chiller
Keywords: horror; scifi; John Agar; feature films
Downloads: 17,371 (9 reviews)
|Mario Mancini's FRANKENSTEIN '80 (1972)|
Starring John Richardson and Gordon Mitchell, an Italian up to date (from 1970s viewpoint) variation of Mary Shelley's classic novel. A bit sleazy and at times overlong but worth watching. The widescreen aspect ratio is unfortunately cut on both sides, but all in all, a decent copy. more info on http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0071518/
Keywords: Mario Mancini; John Richardson; Gordon Mitchell; strip tease; monster; horror; Scifi
Downloads: 13,866 (5 reviews)
|Curse of the Swamp Creature (1966)|
A mad scientist is conducting experiments with evolution on the locals deep in the rural swamps of Texas. Listed as PD http://www.archive.org/post/285670/are-these-public-domain Mystic Nights Videos
Keywords: John Agar; Francine York; Jeff Alexander; Shirley McLine; Mystic Nights Videos
Downloads: 17,211 (4 reviews)
|Prisoners Of The Lost Universe (1983)|
A scientist, a reporter and a repairman are accidentally transported to a prehistoric world in a parallel universe when they fall into the beam of the experiment during an earthquake aftershock. PD - Prisoners Of The Lost Universe (1983) Invalid Notice. Not Reg'd Within 5 Yrs. http://www.archive.org/post/285670/are-these-public-domain Mystic Nights Videos
Keywords: Richard Hatch; Kay Lenz; John Saxon; Prehistoric; Mystic Nights Videos
Downloads: 67,335 (13 reviews)
|Svengali - Archie Mayo|
http://imdb.com/title/tt0022454/ Sinister music maestro Svengali can control the actions of women through hypnotism and his telepathic powers. When a pupil he has seduced announces she has left her husband for him, he uses his powers to cause her suicide and promptly forgets her. He meets a beautiful model, Trilby, and becomes infatuated with her, but she, in turn, falls for a young artist called Billee who also loves her...
Keywords: John Barrymore; horror; hypnotism; mind control
Downloads: 50,718 (8 reviews)
|Bluebeard - Leon Fromkess|
Young female models are being strangled inexplicably. Will law enforcement be able to stop the crime wave before more women become victims? You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page. John Carradine .... Gaston Morrell Jean Parker .... Lucille Nils Asther .... Inspector Lefevre Ludwig Stössel .... Jean Lamarte (as Ludwig Stossel) George Pembroke .... Inspector Renard Teala Loring ......
Keywords: 1940s; murder; horror; John Carradine
Downloads: 47,051 (5 reviews)